Complaining can become a trend and even a habit. The author of "The No Complaining Rule" book, Jon Gordon, says that if we are surrounded by people who complain all the time, it can harm our health almost as much as living with someone who smokes.
By Kelsey Miller
Everybody complains about something now and then, but the constant whining can have serious effects on our well-being. Watch the video to see what Gordon's theory is all about.
Being whiny or with someone negative has a relationship with our brain. Every time we complain or criticize something the brain has a function where those reactions are expected to happen again and again. That leads to a negative mindset that leads to stress.
What do you think of the theory? Do you know people who are like that? In conclusion, enjoy the little things in life, we have many for which we can rejoice.